Chalk & Wire Closes 2016 with 20 Percent Company Growth and an Expanded Team of Higher Education Veterans

Higher Education assessment provider Chalk & Wire today shared 2016 successes including a 20 percent increase in clients. Chalk & Wire also achieved a 99 percent client renewal rate and expanded their talented team of employees by nearly 20 percent.

“This past year marked tremendous achievements for Chalk & Wire as we continue to offer the most trusted and customized assessment platform and ePortfolio tools to our loyal clients,” said Geoff Irvine, CEO, Chalk & Wire. “With new product innovation on the horizon, we look forward to working closely with learning institutions to better demonstrate student competency and assess learning outcomes.”

Earlier this year, Campus Technology Readers’ Choice Awards named Chalk & Wire the No. 1 ePortfolio provider and the third most valuable technology product on campus. Additionally, Chalk & Wire was voted No. 6 under the Top 10 overall favorite technologies currently being used.

On the product side in 2016, Chalk & Wire increased usability and functionality of its assessment platform for students, assessors and higher education administration. The company launched a first-of-its-kind tagging feature, which delivers advanced analytics to organizations, as well as a customizable assessment commenting tool.

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About Chalk & Wire
With a market-changing, research-based approach to higher education assessment, Chalk & Wire has helped institutions demonstrate student competency and improve the evaluation of learning outcomes for nearly 20 years. To increase the validity of assessment data, Chalk & Wire’s market-leading assessment platform is built on its CoreValidity™ process, which drives alignment between faculty and leadership through a unified assessment language and raises inter-rater reliability earlier in the process. Chalk & Wire takes a consultative approach to helping institutions prove their value and efficacy as well as their ability to prepare students for their post-graduate pursuits. For more, visit

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